Rainer Michael Preiss shares his opinion about bitcoin, which has been in the center of attention attracting a lot of criticism lately.
Ending a range of downturns Bitcoin recovers, despite Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates’ founder, calls it “a bubble”, and Jamie Dimon, CEO of J.P. Morgan, recently declared it a “fraud”.
According to James Altucher, experienced trader and venture capitalist, Amazon will start accepting Bitcoin as a new method of payment as early as in October.
Eloplay introduces “Smart Tournaments” with decentralized prize pools working on the smart contracts technology, which allow players and brands to organize esports tournaments.
The new cryptocurrency startup aims to change traditional mining by using one of the most environment-friendly and efficient source of energy.
Kibo Lotto, gaming platform based on Ethereum smart contracts, announced that the project development is complete.
While Chinese regulators are moving closer to shutting down bitcoin trading in the country, traders seem to have a way to work around.
Blockchain startup Datum, powered by Ethereum, BigchainDB and IPFS, is creating a global data marketplace by turning data into tradeable commodities.
The European Central Bank plans to create licensing guidelines for financial technology firms.
AutoFi Inc, a Fintech startup specialized in auto industry, announced that it raised $10 million in Series A funding.
Curve provides one card that can aggregate all of their existing Mastercard and Visa payment cards and lets you retroactively switch the card you use to pay.
Regulatory authorities in Denmark and Singapore have announced a cooperation agreement to boost financial technology innovation in both countries.
The countries have announced a collaboration agreement to support promising fintech businesses and to share information about regulatory changes and economic developments.
Hitachi announced its reorganization into a new Internet of Things enterprise Hitachi Vantara.
Tencent, the Chinese media and technology company, and Intel have announced a partnership based on blockchain technology.
The company has announced its new service that will help businesses to manage their Internet of Things (IoT) devices and collect data from these gadgets.
Called Amazon Echo Show, the new device features a built-in touchscreen that allows users to communicate with their friends by making hands-free video calls.
The companies have joined hands to introduce a new technology that is aimed at addressing security issues of the Internet of Things ecosystem.